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22Apr 2021

Are There Still Incentives For Upgrading A Commercial Property To LED Lighting?

By | April 22nd, 2021|Energy Efficiency for Business|0 Comments

Working with LED lighting now for several years, we have seen rapid changes in the industry. We have evolved to what I call the “Expert” level by some trial and error, some shocks and awe at the improved quality of LED lights today, a whole lot of surprise at how an LED upgrade affects a customer’s bottom line, and a [...]

22Apr 2021

How Is It That We Really Do Help Our Customers?

By | April 22nd, 2021|Good Business Tips|0 Comments

Our purpose at CES is to help business owners make good decisions regarding their energy costs and enroll them in a program that will best fit their energy needs. This may surprise you—one of the reasons we have such a great team of lead generators, salespeople, and administrators working with CES comes from the universal desire all well-intentioned people have—to [...]

29Mar 2021

“Energy Conservation” vs. “Energy Efficiency,” is there a Difference?

By | March 29th, 2021|Energy Efficiency at Home, Energy Efficiency for Business|0 Comments

When I was growing up it was a very common thing to hear my dad say, “Do you think money grows on trees? Turn those lights off!” And we definitely had to keep the heat low in the winter. We had to shut doors, seal windows, close drapes, and do whatever would conserve energy. Why? Because that was the only [...]

29Mar 2021

What Happened in Texas in February?

By | March 29th, 2021|Electricity, Energy News|0 Comments

Basics of energy production have to be understood before one can make any sense of what happened in Texas in February when a brutal cold snap lead to blackouts in over four million homes and businesses. For years the Texas grid operator, ERCOT (Electric Reliability Council of Texas), has overestimated the ability to maintain a reliable grid without a sufficient [...]

24Feb 2021

Why Should a Commercial Property Lock in a Fixed Rate on Their Electricity and Natural Gas Now—More than Ever?

By | February 24th, 2021|Energy News|0 Comments

Here we are close to March of 2021. As we sit here gas prices at the pump have gone up on average, 30 cents a gallon across the boards since January 1st and since the end of November the price has gone up about 44 cents. What does this mean for the future? Well, there’s more to consider. Through 2020 [...]

24Feb 2021

How Upgrading Your Commercial Property to LED Lighting can Affect Your Bottom Line

By | February 24th, 2021|Energy Efficiency for Business|0 Comments

Okay, by now you know that LED lighting is more energy efficient—in fact it’s the state of the art of lighting. Most of us know that LED lighting will save money on the electric utility bill, but most do not know how much money will be saved by upgrading their facility to LED lighting or even how to estimate this [...]